ISLAMABAD (Online) - India-Pakistan talks, resumed earlier this year, are likely to gain high-profile momentum in later half of the 2011 as Ministerial and Prime Minister level meetings are on the cards in July and November, respectively. Well-placed sources told Online on Sunday that Foreign Secretaries meeting this week (June 23-24) would be followed by Ministerial moot in July and the two countries Prime Ministers are most likely to meet on the sidelines of 17th SAARC Summit in Maldives. As the Foreign Secretaries are set to discuss Kashmir, security, confidence building measures, and promotion of friendly exchanges, the Foreign Ministers would take up 'Siachen territorial conflict and visa issues, by the end of July, the sources added. According to the sources, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar was most likely to lead the Pakistani delegation to the Ministerial talks between India and Pakistan most probably in the last week of July. Dates and venue would be decided in due course, the sources added. 'After the Ministerial moot followed by Secretary-level talks, the two countries relevant officials would start working for a meeting between Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh, the sources said. The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) will hold its 17th summit in the Maldives.